Good learning design #BlogEveryDay

Learning Design is found many places within L&D and often you don’t realise you are interacting with it. Which is the point! Good learning design should be invisible, it should feel natural and  shouldn’t be obvious.

Dieter Rams, a German industrial designer,  shared 10 Timeless Commandments for Good Design and The Design Museum give a brief overview of this in their article What is “Good” Design? A quick look at Dieter Rams’ Ten Principles

When learning feels forced it can often add a barrier, to overcome this it is essential that the content is relevant to the individuals need and supports them on their journey in some way.

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